Green 15mg Oxycodone U32 Inactive Ingredients

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Tina Says:
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What inactive ingredients are in the green 15mg oxycodone tablets with an imprint of U 32? It is bigger than my regular green 15's.



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David Says:

Hi Tina,

The correct imprint for these round green 15mg Oxycodone HCL tablets should actually be U23 instead of U32.

For verification, these are made by Aurolife Pharma and carry a National Drug Code of 13107-056.

The inactive ingredients are as follows:

Microcrystalline Cellulose
Stearic Acid
Lactose Monohydrate
Anhydrous Lactose
Corn Starch
FD & C Blue No. 2
D & C Yellow No. 10

You can also verify the list of inactive ingredients by clicking on the NDC link above.

Hope this helps!

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